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We invite you to try a career in correctional medicine! If you seek a challenge and enjoy a diverse patient load but would like to spend your evening and weekends with family and friends, then correctional medicine is for you! Your primary duty is providing patient care, working collaboratively with clinical staff, allied health staff, and security staff. There is no billing, insurance claims, or collections to burden you as a physician. Much of our focus is devoted to disease management and the prevention of long-term complications utilizing nationally recognized treatment standards. We have a long-term relationship with Wexner Medical Center as well as an extensive telemedicine system, which provide ready access to a high level of specialty support.
Candidates must have a valid, non-restricted Ohio License. Candidates must also be board certified or board eligible in family, emergency, or internal medicine. For a complete position description, please visit the State of Ohio website at www.careers.ohio.gov.
Interested candidates should send their Curriculum Vitae via e-mail, fax, or U.S. Mail to:
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
770 West Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43222
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To be considered for employment, the following documentation must be completed and submitted:
Edmund Burke, MD, Director of Clinical Services, Bureau of Mental Health Services, at Edmund.Burke@odrc.state.oh.us or 614-728-1682 (secretary).
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